to raise funds for online pharmacy viagra cialis CureKids as a part of Red Nose Day New Zealand 2012. Laughter is always the best medicine and Jemaine Clement and now Academy Award-winner Bret McKenzie (The Muppets) know how to cialis 5 mg administer the fun drug. With some help from the kids, they write up a really creative song.Comments (0)
Aaron Draplin is collector of the under appreciated, overlooked, forgotten little details of America. He’s also a foul-mouthed bear. Both of those traits are what make this video so enjoyable.
He talks about what has compelled him to collect a tremendous amount of feed and seed memo books that have inspired his current Field Notes brand. A comprehensive digital archive is being built to preserve these small
nuggets of American, here comes that word, “ephemera” .Comments (0)
DESPITE THEIR AWESOME DESIGN (SHAMELESS PLUG) BURTON BAGS COME WITH A LIFETIME GUARANTEE…NOT THAT YOU’LL NEED IT AFTER WATCHING SHARON HERBERT AS SHE PUTS THEIR LUGGAGE TO THE TEST. IF YOU LIKE GUNS, ARROWS AND BIKES THEN YOU’RE IN LUCK. I GOT TO TRY OUT THE “PACK A GIRL” ON THE ACTUAL BAG AT BURTON HQ IN VERMONT TODAY…THUMBS UP!
Celebrating his 70th birthday, Robert Wilson with the help of the Italian furniture company Kartell (well known for their transparent polycarbonate material use) created this series of seven chair-sculptures. As a famous American director, stage designer and master of visual experimentation it’s only fitting that he should express his seven decades of life through this project, and also name it fittingly ’7 electric chairs…..as you like it’ – referring to the comedy by William Shakespeare. Each chair is similar in size, but different in shape and with different white colored neon light configurations.
The chairs are hand etched with a thickness of 20mm,which thin neon tubes are inserted, each piece expressing a different form and power. The lights seems to float in the plastic giving life to sophisticated plays of light while reflecting on the precious classic décor of the Milanese theatre, where the exhibition is held.
“‘from the number seven. seven days of the week. I am 70 years old, seven decades, seven deadly sins and there are many more references in philosophy, mathematics. Shakespeare’s play ‘as you like it’ contains the seven ages of man, here are seven dwarfs in snow white and there is the soft drink 7UP. seven has always been a number that interests me.” – Robert WilsonComments (0)